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Kanye West and Ty Dolla Sign to drop joint album 'Vultures' this week

Kanye West and Ty Dolla Sign to drop joint album 'Vultures' this week Kanye West (Getty Images)

Kanye West, now going by the name Ye, has revealed that his upcoming collaborative album with Ty Dolla $ign, titled "Vultures," is set to drop on Friday, December 15, according to The Independent and Variety.

This marks Ye's return to the music scene following a series of highly publicized controversies. During a recent club appearance alongside Ty Dolla $ign, he made the announcement, signaling the eagerly awaited release.

Adding to the excitement, Ty Dolla $ign disclosed plans for a listening party scheduled for Tuesday, December 12, in Miami.

Tracks included

"Vultures" exhibits a cohesive sonic thread, characterized by the rhythmic plucking of synth bass notes and a brisk, galloping pace. West and Ty Dolla $ign deliberately allow ample space for featured artists, and there is no shortage of collaborations throughout the album.

Ty Dolla $ign shared a tracklist for the new album on Instagram, with song titles including “Lifestyle”, “Worship”, Beg Forgiveness”, “Drunk”, and “Back to Me”.

Ye's controversial public remarks

West is no newcomer to controversy and has faced criticism for a snippet of lyrics on "Vultures," where he says, "How I’m antisemitic, I just fucked a Jewish bitch."

Adidas terminated its extensive partnership with West following a series of comments deemed "unacceptable, hateful, and dangerous" towards Jewish people.

West sparked additional controversy by expressing his admiration for Hitler during an interview with right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on his Infowars channel.

2021 album Donda

West's most recent significant release was the 2021 album "Donda," which itself stirred controversy by featuring Marilyn Manson, mere weeks after the rock musician faced allegations of sexual and physical abuse from multiple women.